The boy with a backpack was ten years old, give or take a year. He had bright, intelligent eyes and a cocky assurance about him.
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z3IVRys63x4?rel=0&w=640&h=360] My first reaction to this video was of admiration for Jennifer… naturally. She is certainly a girl of indomitable spirit. Although the video
Continued from Broken Wings (I) and Broken Wings (II) A week after her elder sister had been married off, he had forced himself on her.
Continued from Broken Wings (I) Raj and Meera were school teachers. They also conducted private coaching classes for which they used the old house where
She was a painfully thin girl. That’s the first thing I remember about her. The rest of the things I remember have mashed together into
My son came home from school yesterday, peeved to bits. The manner in which he jerked off his shoes after plonking himself on a handy
I remember how cold it was that night. I had taken them out for dinner; she and her mother. I’d just landed my dream job
Sid Balachandran hardly needs an introduction. Chances are, if you are in the market for quality reading and edge-of-the-seat fiction, you’ve come across Sid’s blog
How do you handle awkward questions from your growing children? My first rule has been never to avoid the questions. No matter what I have
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vdC-cehHN6k&w=450&h=330] This video is banned apparently; don’t ask me why. Perhaps it was banned because we abhor ugliness. As all sensible people know, nothing brings
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